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The Impact of Facebooks' Subscription Model on Publishers

Apparently Facebook is in the midst of testing a new subscription model for your favourite groups page. Not necessarily for actual publishers such as newspapers or magazines. 245 more words

Management

Cloud Backup: Integrate or Rip and Replace?

An ideal use case for the cloud is for backup. It automatically creates an offsite copy; most cloud providers automatically replicate that backup to another cloud region, and now some providers offer disaster recovery services. 435 more words

Cloud

GDPR - The five questions you should ask your SaaS software vendor

I have seen a lot of FUD on GDPR and Compliance recently, and a lot of non European firms paying lip service to offering GDPR compliance solutions, and when you take a deeper look, those claims fall down pretty easily. 300 more words

$5000 fines for parents of kids who skip school

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When SaaS Valuations Weren't So Rosy

With Thomasz Tunguz’s recent post The 5 Forces Driving Startup Valuations Today it reminded me that SaaS valuations weren’t always so rosy. Today, the median forward multiple for public SaaS companies is 8.5x (meaning, these companies are valued at 8.5x expected revenues). 224 more words

Entrepreneurship

Asset Protection: Physical Architecture in Microsoft Office 365

As is true with most Microsoft products, there are a number of ways you can architect Office 365 to work with your infrastructure or replace it entirely. 552 more words

Cloud

Asset Protection: Security Policies in Office 365

Everyone knows they need policies, especially for security. Do you have policies? Are they up-to-date?

Let’s first make a distinction between the two types of policies we have to work with. 690 more words

Cloud